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ESEA accidentally release malware into public client, causing users to farm Bitcoins

Multiplayer eSports network ESEA was found to have malware in its anti-cheat client, which used users’ graphics cards to mine for Bitcoins. Information about the exploit was posted to the ESEA’s forums by user “ENJOY ESEA SHEEP”, who found he had been unwittingly farming Bitcoins for someone in the community after noticing excessively high idle GPU usage.

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